Known also as The City of Seven Hills, Lisbon never leaves you wanting for a spectacular view. And to ensure that you don't miss any of the views at your fingertips, plus guarantee that you will learn to expertly navigate Lisbon's not-to-be-missed sights and neighbourhoods, we think a private walking tour with a local guide should be at the top of your list of what to see in Lisbon with family. Lace up your most comfortable walking shoes and prepare to experience Portugal's capital city like a local, learning about historic sites and the hippest spots known only to the natives, all while taking in breathtaking views at every turn.
What to see in Lisbon with family
Lisbon is a city to behold. From the tops of its seven wondrous hills, to its sprawling parks, stunning beaches, and bustling food markets, there are endless sights and experiences to take in. Read on for our guide of what to see in Lisbon with family and prepare to be awed by this unforgettable city!
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From food essentials to home dinners.
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90 Minutes Kickstart Tour of Lisbon
Local Flavors in a Portuguese Home
It was a pleasure to dine with Isabel. This is my first time to Lisbon and Isabel gave me numerous recommendations on what to eat and where to go. Isabel also prepared delicious homemade Portuguese dishes, which I really enjoyed. The best part of the experience was Isabel's company - she is a wonderful host, with a great sense of humour and is extremely charming. Her home is also tastefully decorated with a lot of interesting artwork. Highly recommended.
Lisbon's Favourites and Hidden Gems Tour
Luis was an excellent tour guide. We met up with him around 3:00 after arriving in Lisbon that morning. Luis spent 5 hours with us (on a 3 hour tour!) sharing his love of Lisbon as well as personal stories from when he grew up. It truly was like spending an afternoon with a good friend. We highly recommend Luis as a tour guide.